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Reel Question #12348088
07/19/17 05:40 PM
07/19/17 05:40 PM
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I have some corrosion...green color prolly psome pitting going on because of salt on some Penns i inherited. Was is the best way to clean and condition these for use? Corrosion not bad but didnt want to use solvents that might harm. Any help would be appreciated!

Re: Reel Question [Re: Thunk] #12348477
07/19/17 09:17 PM
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I have used CorrosionX and WD-40 on some salt water damage. I have also seen people use vinegar.

Re: Reel Question [Re: Thunk] #12349325
07/20/17 04:52 AM
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Many thanks!

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